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A photo from Liam Martin's Instagram.
Internet tycoon Kim Dotcom speaking to invited media at his mansion in Auckland today.
Good morning #nyc #midtown #timessquare #streetphotography
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The fibre optic networks at Google can run at speeds that are more than 200,000 times faster than a typical home internet connection. The fibre cables run along the yellow cable trays near the ceiling.
The Royal Residence, The Netherlands: The Royal Palace of Amsterdam in the Netherlands - called Koninklijk Paleis Amsterdam - joins a long list of places blurred on Google Maps related to the Dutch royal family, including the Royal Stables and another residence called Huis ten Bosch.
This one appeared on the breading cats Facebook page with the caption 'I see bread people'.
Examples of photo editing, before (top row) and after (bottom row).
Apple I (1976) - Apple's first product was a computer for hobbyists and engineers, made in small numbers. Steve Wozniak designed it, while Jobs handled the funding and marketing. Photo: Flickr/manuel
David Cameron superimposed on to a screenshot from the film Hot Fuzz.
Time has named Mark Zuckerberg its Person of the Year.
Developed with feedback from the wider community, the Seabird is the evolution of Mozilla Labs community member Billy May's concept of what an "Open Web" mobile phone could look like.
Phone fingers for the iPhone.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs stands in front of (from left) the new iPod Shuffle, Nano and Touch.
Sexual activity by smartphone brand.
iPhone Blower: Turns your iPhone into a mini fan.
PR OFFENSIVE: Apple CEO Steve Jobs appears on stage during a news conference at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California, to address issues with reception in the new iPhone 4.
A photo of a Pachinko parlour in Akihabara, Tokyo's geek mecca.
The iPhone 4.